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Last month, the ministry adopted a new civics textbook that critics said favoured Israel’s Jewish character over democracy as a value, and marginalised an Arab minority.The novel, Borderlife, by Dorit Rabinyan, one of the country’s most respected authors, tells the story of Hilmi, a Palestinian painter, and Liat, an Israeli translator, who meet in New York and fall in love.He grew up in a family with little education but who had Jewish neighbours on a nearby kibbutz.His parents were unfazed when their son presented his Jewish partner to the family.

But today Israel’s Ministry of Education excluded from school literature curriculums the novel on the grounds that it could promote mixing between the two nations and undermine the distinct identity of Israeli Jews.The move was the latest crackdown on humanistic currents by the Ministry, headed by Naftali Bennett, a hard-right ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.In recent weeks, Mr Bennett has also banned the dovish ex-soldiers’ group Breaking the Silence, which seeks an end to Israel’s 48-year occupation of the West Bank, from speaking to pupils.Over the course of 16 largely happy years of marriage and raising children, the couple have had to vault hurdles thrown up by the Israeli state and their respective societies.Amer is an Arab-Israeli, a Palestinian born in Israel and who holds Israeli citizenship., by Dorit Rabinyan, was excluded from the government’s literature curriculum because of fears parents would view it as a “threat to distinct identity”, sparking widespread outrage.